Elderly Man Infuriates the Government Because of His 10,000 Square Foot Doomsday Bunker

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Bruce Beach

Bruce Beach knows what his fellow residents of Horning's Mills, Canada say about him. “People think, ‘What a nut,’ and I know that, but I don’t mind,” he told the National Post. “I understand the world looks upon me that way.” Beach is pretty honest with himself, but he doesn't call himself a typical "doomsdayer." In fact, he's said he's optimistic about the future. 

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Going To Great Lengths

In 1980, Beach decided to construct his own bunker after the Cold War started getting real. He began collecting canned goods and create blueprints for a bunker in case of a planned attack. Beach wasn't sure how he was going to construct it, but the final result goes far beyond what he ever thought he could construct...

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